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Additional Agency Resources and Contacts

The ATSDR Community Involvement Branch
The Community Involvement Branch (CIB) recently established to provide opportunities to actively involve community members in actions to protect the public's health from risks posed by hazardous waste sites.  The CIB staff works with community members; environmental groups; tribal governments; and local, state, and other federal agencies to protect the public health. 

Mailing Address: 1600 Clifton Road, NE
Mailstop: E-54, Bldg 18
Atlanta, GA   30333 
Toll-free: 1-888-422-8737
In Atlanta: 404-498-1740
Fax: 404-498-1744
Email: ATSDR-CIB@cdc.gov
Link to: Web pages in development

The ATSDR Information Center
The ATSDR Information Center provides scientific, management, and technical information support to ATSDR and its constituents. Resources and services emphasize the areas of environmental health and toxicology. In addition, the Information Center centralizes and coordinates information management and dissemination activities in the Agency's Division of Toxicology.

Mailing Address: ATSDR Information Center
1600 Clifton Road NE
Mail Stop E-57
Atlanta, GA 30333
Toll-free: 888-42-ATSDR (or 888-422-8737)
Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern time. Voice mail available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In Atlanta:  404-498-0258
Fax: 404-498-0093
Email: atsdric@cdc.gov
Link to: ATSDR Information Center

State Cooperative Agreement Staff
This is a list of all the states ATSDR has working agreements with.

Link to: State Cooperative Agreement Staff

 

Other Areas on the ATSDR Web Site of Interest

Kids, Parents, Teachers
An estimated 3-4 million American children live within one mile of at least one hazardous waste site. 
To find out more, go to Kids, Parents, Teachers
The ATSDR Newsletter
Hazardous Substances & Public Health is a quarterly newsletter published by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).
To find out more, go to The ATSDR Newsletter
The ATSDR Ombudsman
The ATSDR ombudsman is an independent, neutral resource service for all parties concerned with environmental health disputes involving ATSDR. 
To find out more, go to The ATSDR Ombudsman
ATSDR's Office of Tribal Affairs
The Office of Tribal Affairs strives to address environmental health issues unique to specific tribes, while responding to executive actions and congressional mandates.
To find out more, go to The Office of Tribal Affairs
Environmental Justice and Minority Health
These two areas focus attention on the environmental and human health condition in communities of color, low-income communities, and other communities that have concerns about improving health and quality of life related to environmental threats.
To find out more, go to Office of Urban Affairs

This page updated April 15, 2003
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